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The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) is a Reformed, evangelical Protestant Christian denomination. The PCA professes a strong commitment to evangelism, missionary work, and Christian education. The church declares its goal to be “true to the Scriptures, faithful to the Reformed faith [Our Standards], and obedient to the Great Commission.”

Here are some PCA and other recommended resource links that you may find useful to learning more about our denomination:

Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)

PCA – Administrative Committee (ac)

PCA – Committee on Discipleship Ministries (cdm)

PCA – Mission to North America (mna)

PCA – Reformed University Fellowship (ruf)

Our Church’s PCA Presbytery – Chesapeake 

Other Related Reference Links
Reformed Protestant, Creeds and Confessions

Westminster Confession of Faith

Apostles’ Creed / Nicene Creed

Belgic Confession / Heidelberg Catechism

New City Catechism

The slogan of the PCA church, started in 1973, declared its goal to be “true to the Scriptures, faithful to the Reformed faith [Westminster Confession], and obedient to the Great Commission.”

American Presbyterianism (1709-2019)

This is graphical timeline of American Presbyterianiam in the USA shown on a single page. This information charts the splits and unions of Presbyterian churches in the USA from 1709-2019. Its data is most heavily dependent on the Presbyterian Historical Society, especially the work of David Staniunas. Other sources consulted were For a Continuing Church by Sean Michael Lucas, History of Presbyterianism in America by Don Post and Chuck Frost, and Historical Roots of the Presbyterian Church in America by Don Clements.

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